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Brushed (Satin)

Brushed Stainless Steel Grab Bars


Our brushed stainless steel grab bars have a non-reflective durable and robust satin finish which is obtained by rubbing/brushing the steel, creating small regular straight lines on the steel.

What are the pros and cons of stainless steel grab bars?.

The brushed stainless steel grab bar finish is the most well-known finish for any grab bar and is considered the industry standard. This finish has continued to be the most commonly found in commercial and residential bathrooms for decades.

Why do people love stainless steel grab bars?

While finishes do not change the strength of a bar, there is no doubt that the most trusted bar is the standard with brushed

What do stainless steel grab bars look good and bad on? (wall color)

Brushed stainless steel grab bars have a cool blue-gray finish, reminiscent of a stormy sky and pairs best with cool colors, such as blues, grays, and greens. 

While brushed grab bars can be paired with white, it may not be the best option to pair with warmer colors, such as brown, beige, or mustard.

Who (customer type) mainly uses stainless steel grab bars?

Stainless steel grab bars are the most common of finishes and have the most availability in the variety of grab bars styles. They also are the most cost efficient finish, for those watching their bottom lines. The stainless grab bars are universally accepted in commercial and residential settings. This finish is so common that even if they do not match the existing hardware’s finish or decor they are normally excused as a utilitarian safety measure.

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